Conor Dougherty, The New York Times | Monday May 25, 2015
The tech industry's venture capitalists are going out of their way to avoid the one word that could describe what is happening around them.
Ian Austen, The New York Times | Monday May 25, 2015
Losing the Signal: The Untold Story Behind the Extraordinary Rise and Spectacular Fall of BlackBerry will be published in the US this week
CristopherClarey, The New York Times | Monday May 25, 2015
In a massive security breach at the French Open, a fan made his way to the court to click a selfie with his hero but Roger Federer was not too happy to oblige.
World News | Erica Goode, The New York Times | Monday May 25, 2015
John F. Nash Jr., a mathematician who shared a Nobel Prize in 1994 for work that greatly extended the reach and power of modern economic theory and whose decades long descent into severe mental illness and eventual recovery were the subject of a book...
World News | Douglas Dalby, The New York Times | Sunday May 24, 2015
Many of the young voters so pivotal to the successful campaign to legalize same-sex marriage in Ireland were not even born when the country's version of New York's Stonewall Riots occurred. In 1982, Declan Flynn, a 31-year-old homosexual, was kicked ...
World News | Danny Hakim and Douglas Dalby, The New York Times | Sunday May 24, 2015
Ireland has become the first nation to approve same-sex marriage by a popular vote, sweeping aside the opposition of the Roman Catholic Church in a resounding victory Saturday for the gay rights movement and placing the country at the vanguard of soc...
GeoffMacdonald, The New York Times | Sunday May 24, 2015
French Open 2015 begins from Sunday (May 24) with top stars of tennis battling it out for the title.
Press Trust of India | Saturday May 23, 2015
"I fell sick immediately after returning from New York and had to be hospitalized," Kailash Kher posted on Facebook
India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 23, 2015
Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi for proposing new public health standards for emissions from coal-fired power plants, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he is impressed by the Indian leader's commitment to build a clean energy futu...
CristopherClarey, The New York Times | Saturday May 23, 2015
French Open has always been where Rafael Nadal plays his absolute best. Will a contest against arch-rival Novak Djokovic end the Spaniard's dominance here?
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Friday May 22, 2015
An Indian is among three men arrested here and charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud for tricking distressed homeowners to sell their homes and reaping millions of dollars through the scheme.
Claire Cain Miller, The New York Times | Friday May 22, 2015
Currently, only about 15 percent of computer science graduates and technical workers in the US are women.
Rachel Saltz, The New York Times | Friday May 22, 2015
Bombay Velvet is more about movies than it is about gangsters
World News | Rick Rojas, The New York Times | Friday May 22, 2015
For the past few months, he has been making his way through the streets of Manhattan, approaching women and snatching their phones, or in some cases, their pocketbooks out of their hands. Then he leaves quickly, on a bicycle.
World News | Helene Cooper, The New York Times | Friday May 22, 2015
Osama bin Laden was considering leaving his hideaway in Abbottabad, Pakistan, just months before Navy SEALs stormed his compound and killed him, according to a trove of documents seized from the Qaida leader's compound during the raid and declassifie...
World News | Anne Barnard and Hwaida Saad, The New York Times | Friday May 22, 2015
The Syrian army soldier had long served in Palmyra, but he was on leave when he heard that Islamic State militants had attacked a village northeast of the desert city, killing dozens of his comrades. He sent frantic text messages, trying to reach the...
World News | Reuters | Friday May 22, 2015
A South Korean appeals court ordered the release on Friday of a former Korean Air Lines executive convicted after an outburst over the way she had been served macadamia nuts, suspending her jail sentence.
World News | Julie Hirschfeld Davis, The New York Times | Friday May 22, 2015
When President Barack Obama sent his inaugural Twitter post from the Oval Office on Monday, the White House heralded the event with fanfare, posting a photograph of him perched on his desk tapping out his message on an iPhone.
World News | Eric Schmitt, The New York Times | Thursday May 21, 2015
The United States is rushing 1,000 anti-tank rockets to the Iraqi military to help combat the suicide vehicle bombs that Islamic State militants used in capturing the provincial capital of Ramadi, a first step as the Obama administration weighs a ran...
Dave Itzkoff, The New York Times | Thursday May 21, 2015
There was, of course, one last Top 10 list, delivered by a parade of celebrity guests
World News | Neil MacFarquhar, The New York Times | Thursday May 21, 2015
Ramzan A Kadyrov, the pugnacious president of the southern Republic of Chechnya and a close ally of President Vladimir V Putin, finally had enough Wednesday of social media users' mocking him relentlessly for seeming to push polygamy.
World News | Stephen Castle, The New York Times | Thursday May 21, 2015
Amid rising concern across Europe over immigration, Prime Minister David Cameron will unveil a plan Thursday that seeks to cut the numbers of migrants coming to Britain and make it harder for foreigners to work here illegally.
World News | Josh Barro and Justin Wolfers, The New York Times | Thursday May 21, 2015
The Internet has burned this month with commentary about women's alleged new interest in the soft, doughy "dad bod."
World News | Campbell Robertson, The New York Times | Thursday May 21, 2015
Given speculation about an imminent presidential run, more than a few in Louisiana were quick to dismiss as political calculation Gov. Bobby Jindal's decision Tuesday to issue an executive order that he said would protect those who do not support sam...